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It’s been several months since the ‘Covid Reset’ began, and the well-schooled population of the United States has obediently succumbed to the tyranny of the elites.
It’s been several months since the ‘Covid Reset’ began, and the well-schooled population of the United States has obediently succumbed to the tyranny of the elites.
 
Most North Carolina schoolchildren began this academic year trying to learn from home rather than at school.
Most North Carolina schoolchildren began this academic year trying to learn from home rather than at school.
 
COVID-19 has brought a wave of new trends, from fashion masks to Tik Tok challenges.
 
Homeschooling works. The roughly 2 million children who currently learn at home join a millennia-old practice supported by many government officials, scholars, college officials, and employers.
Homeschooling works. The roughly 2 million children who currently learn at home join a millennia-old practice supported by many government officials, scholars, college officials, and employers.
 
Millions of parents are emergency homeschoolers now.
 
Parents shouldn’t be afraid to homeschool their children, says Sam Sorbo, actress, author, and homeschooling activist.
Parents shouldn’t be afraid to homeschool their children, says Sam Sorbo, actress, author, and homeschooling activist.
 
I'm not surprised that the editors of the News & Observer blame the N.C. General Assembly for the migration of students from districts to charter, home, and private schools.
I'm not surprised that the editors of the News & Observer blame the N.C. General Assembly for the migration of students from districts to charter, home, and private schools.
 
Homeschool enrollment hasn't topped the charts just yet. But at the rate it's growing, it's only a matter of time.
Homeschool enrollment hasn't topped the charts just yet. But at the rate it's growing, it's only a matter of time.
 
Tanner Boyd was like most of his peers in his teens. He had a vague idea that he wanted to stay in Beaufort County, but he had no clue what he could do as a career.
Tanner Boyd was like most of his peers in his teens. He had a vague idea that he wanted to stay in Beaufort County, but he had no clue what he could do as a career.
 
According to data recently released by the N.C. Division of Non-Public Education, an estimated 135,749 students enrolled in homeschools last year, a 6.2 percent increase over the previous school year
According to data recently released by the N.C. Division of Non-Public Education, an estimated 135,749 students enrolled in homeschools last year, a 6.2 percent increase over the previous school year
 
Homeschooling is the maverick among North Carolina's K-12 options. Since its launch three decades ago, homeschooling has bucked convention and stumped prognosticators
Homeschooling is the maverick among North Carolina's K-12 options. Since its launch three decades ago, homeschooling has bucked convention and stumped prognosticators
 
Homeschooling reached a milestone in North Carolina in the 2014-15 school year. The number of students enrolled in homeschools in the state topped 100,000
Homeschooling reached a milestone in North Carolina in the 2014-15 school year. The number of students enrolled in homeschools in the state topped 100,000
 
Thirty years ago, the N.C. Supreme Court recognized the legality of homeschooling in Delconte v. State of North Carolina. Since then, the growth of homeschooling in North Carolina has been extraordinary.
Thirty years ago, the N.C. Supreme Court recognized the legality of homeschooling in Delconte v. State of North Carolina. Since then, the growth of homeschooling in North Carolina has been extraordinary.
 
Public schools work for Delicia Hare's 14-year-old son, but not so well for her 8-year-old son Christian Houston. Hare uses the $4,200 voucher she gets from the state's Opportunity Scholarship Program to offset some of the costs of sending Christian to Raleigh Christian Academy. She homeschooled...
Public schools work for Delicia Hare's 14-year-old son, but not so well for her 8-year-old son Christian Houston. Hare uses the $4,200 voucher she gets from the state's Opportunity Scholarship Program to offset some of the costs of sending Christian to Raleigh Christian Academy. She homeschooled...
 
You can always count on the editorial page of our local Arab Journalism Award-winning thrice, um, twice-weekly local paper here in Moore County to produce some shaking-your-head-in-dismay, chuckling-in-disbelief moments.
You can always count on the editorial page of our local Arab Journalism Award-winning thrice, um, twice-weekly local paper here in Moore County to produce some shaking-your-head-in-dismay, chuckling-in-disbelief moments.
 
Twenty years ago homeschooling was relegated to the fringes of K-12 education -- the spurned stepchild in a newly blended family of schooling options. Today homeschooling is a credible, viable educational choice that is garnering respect, even admiration, from outside educators.
Twenty years ago homeschooling was relegated to the fringes of K-12 education -- the spurned stepchild in a newly blended family of schooling options. Today homeschooling is a credible, viable educational choice that is garnering respect, even admiration, from outside educators.
 
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